What we've got here is a stovetop mac and cheese recipe that's only about 10 percent more cumbersome to make than the blue box (the only extra step is measuring a few ingredients) but tastes far, far better.
The crispiest, most flavorful roast potatoes you'll ever make. Large chunks of potato maximize the contrast between exterior and interior. Parboiling the potatoes in alkaline water breaks down their surfaces, creating tons of starchy slurry for added surface area and crunch. Infusing the oil with garlic and herbs gives the potato crust extra flavor.
Pho bo—Vietnamese beef noodle #soup—may be more popular in the states, but its cousin pho ga, made with chicken, is easier to make, and in our book, just as tasty. Here's how to make it in under half an hour using a #pressurecooker. #recipe
Traditional techniques for caramelizing onions can take hours to deliver extra-sweet, complex flavor. The pressure cooker reduces that time down to about 30 minutes of hands-off cooking. Finishing off those onions with sherry, stock, and some aromatics transforms them into a soul-satisfying classic French onion soup.
Preparing a tonkotsu broth takes at least a day—add to that finding the right noodles and preparing the toppings and you've got a serious project on your hands. But it's worth the effort for a bowl of rich, creamy, hearty ramen. If you're ready to give it a try, we've rounded up our favorite recipes for classic (and not-so-classic) broths and flavorful toppings like marinated eggs and braised pork.
Vegan Caramelized Onion and Mushroom Panini With Sun-Dried Tomato Mayonnaise